oil painting - 40"X 40"
This painting, the first of the feminine/masculine triptych, shows images of the Divine Feminine, represented by Kali, Quan Yin, Isis, and Mary. Also present are a Cretan Snake-Goddess, an aboriginal cave painting of the Mother of all things, and a tantric stone carving, which shows the Goddess, offering her Yoni for Puja. The Hindu symbol for Yoni is above, with the crescent moon, and the downward-pointing equilateral triangle, representing the Yoni.
Before there was anything, there was Nothing.